Carden, S. 2022. ‘Authenticity and Place-Based Knitwear: Fair Isle and Aran Knitting in Shetland and the West of Ireland‘. Textile: Cloth and Culture

Carden, S. 2020. ‘Creative Economy, Policy, and the Pandemic in Scotland’s Island Communities’. EuropeNow (37)

Carden, S. 2019. ‘The Place of Shetland Knitting‘. Textile: Cloth and Culture 17(3): 357-367

Carden, S. 2018. ‘Introduction: Island textiles and clothing’. Island Studies Journal. 13(2): 3-8

Carden, S. 2018. ‘Producing and consuming ‘maker cultures’: Shetland knitting as production, process and product‘. Making Futures Journal 2017: 1-11

Carden, S. 2018. ‘The Aran Jumper’. In Design Roots: Local Products and Practices in a Globalized World, eds. Stuart Walker, Martyn Evans, Jeyon Jung, Tom Cassidy and Amy Twigger-Holroyd. Bloomsbury Academic

Carden, S. 2017.The Gaeltacht Quarter of Mural City: Irish in Falls Road Murals‘. In Murals and Tourism : Heritage, Politics and Identity. Skinner, J. & Jolliffe, L. (eds.). Routledge Press, New York. 236-253

Carden, S. 2017. ‘The Use and Social Enjoyment of Murals: ‘the people’s art’, its publics and cultural heritage‘. In Conservation, Tourism, and Identity of Contemporary Community Art : A Case Study of Felipe Seade’s Mural “Allegory to Work”. Campos, V. S., Montagud, M. A. C., Molina, M. D. M. & de-Miguel-Molina, B. (eds.). CRC Press

Carden, S. 2014. ‘Cable Crossings: The Aran Jumper as Myth and Merchandise’.  Costume 48(2): 260-275

Carden, S. 2012. ‘Making space for tourists with minority languages: the case of Belfast’s Gaeltacht Quarter’. Journal of Tourism and Cultural Change 10(1): 51-64

Carden, S. 2011. ‘Post-conflict Belfast sliced and diced: the case of the Gaeltacht Quarter’.  Working Paper No.20 for ‘Contested Cities and the Contested State’ (an ESRC funded project).  Available from

Carden, S. 2009. ‘Violent Memories‘. Irish Journal of Anthropology 11(2):25-30